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    Here is a situation that I am having a hard time applying any format rule to. How to treat the boxed letters. I know they go in a box but do you column them, list them across the braille line with one space between them, and do they need an English letter indicator since the capitalization is removed?
    At this point we decided to put them in a box and run them across the braille line with one space between and no ELI.
    Or do we treat them as "displayed word lists" and column them out? (10.7.3)
    We run into this a lot. Sometimes it is simply word parts to be filled in and we simply column them. Thank you for your time.

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    This is word/letter puzzle. Take a hike over to Section 19.6 and use the guidelines there. The example given there does not match your situation exactly, but it can be generally used. Treat each missing letter likea worda in a vocabulary list and enclose the group in a box. Note that the box is mentioned specifically in the print. Write a TN to explain that the letter indicator and caps are not used with the letters. Also explain that a single hyphen is used to indicate each missing letter.


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